This may sound silly, but as an interim solution, how about installing
an older version of LO? It must be better than going back to MSO!
Perhaps you could give a few more details of your setup, maybe that
will help someone dig deeper into the problem.
For example, you say the "latest version of LO", but which branch and
latest version as of when? Exactly which version have you installed,
and which version did you have before? Did you do a clean install, or
install over the previous version? Do you have java installed, and
which version? Which version of windows 7 are you on, and is it 32 or
Do you get any error messages when LO crashes?
Any other details that you might have that could assist us?
On Wed, 31 Dec 2014 10:19:33 -0500
"Rogier F. van Vlissingen" <email@example.com> wrote:
Since I've installed the latest version it crashed upon opening.
The LO startup window will flash on the screen, and then the program
In short, I had to switch back to MSOffice in the middle of a
project, and after 15 years with OO and LO, it ain't easy going
Any suggestions, please?
I tried uninstalling and reinstalling, and I'm on a Windows 7 machine.
*Rogier Fentener van Vlissingen <http://viz.me/vliscony/t/7>*
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